Vanished Beauty | Mollie Oblinger


Mollie Oblinger’s beguiling landscapes expose the vulnerability of the waywe undermine our natural environment with imagery plucked from her interest in animal tunnels and cellular anatomy. By exploring unique locations, in this case: the Great Basin, her work reflects a set of discoveries specific to that place.

Showing through July, 2017.

Mollie Oblinger is an artist whose works investigate the environment. Her recent exhibitions include solo shows at Furman University in South Carolina and Sierra College in California. She was an artist in residence at Playa in Oregon in 2015, the Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary in Michigan in 2012 and the Roswell Artist in Residence Program in New Mexico in 2005-2006. Oblinger received an MFA in Studio Art from the University of California, Davis and a BFA in Sculpture from Syracuse University. She is currently an Associate Professor of Sculpture and Ceramics at Ripon College in Wisconsin.